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Zicklin School of Business

The Zicklin School of Business
Established 1919
Type Public
Business school
Parent institution
Baruch College (CUNY)
Dean Dr. H. Fenwick Huss
Location New York City, New York, USA
Website zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu

The Zicklin School of Business (commonly known as Zicklin) is Baruch College's business school. It was established in 1919. It is named after financier and alumnus Lawrence Zicklin. Zicklin is the largest business school in the United States and offers the following programs:

John A. Elliott, formerly the associate dean of academic affairs at Georgia State University.

Overview

Zicklin is the only CUNY unit accredited by the AACSB-International Association for Management Education.

History

In 1919, the City College of New York established a School of Business and Civic Administration, offering its first MBA program one year later. This school was renamed in 1953 in honor of Bernard M. Baruch, noted statesman and financier, who was instrumental in the College's formation. In 1968, Baruch became an independent senior college offering the only AACSB accredited business programs within CUNY. It has since grown to become the largest collegiate school of business in the nation.

In 1998, the school was renamed, the Zicklin School of Business, in recognition of an $18 million donation by Lawrence and Carol Zicklin. Zicklin ('57), was formerly the managing partner of investment management firm, Neuberger Berman.

Rankings

  • Zicklin School of Business at CUNY—Baruch College was ranked #1 in "10 M.B.A.'s With Most Financial Value at Graduation" (2010) by U.S. News & World Report, and #2 in 2011. Baruch was the only school to make the list 2 years in a row.
  • Baruch College Ranked 48th for "Most Affordable Colleges with the Best Return" by AffordableSchools.net[2]
  • Baruch’s Part-time MBA Program ranked 57th and the Full-time MBA Program ranked #82 by U.S. News & World Report[3]
  • Zicklin MBA #1 in Financial Value at Graduation by U.S. News & World Report[4]
  • Baruch was ranked #9 on the Top 25 Entrepreneurial Colleges by Entrepreneur and The Princeton Review.[5]

Crain's New York Business:

  • Top 25 MBA Programs in the New York area.[6]

Accounting Today

  • 2nd for "number of graduates in 100 most influential people in accounting worldwide."
  • 1st nationwide for people with advanced degrees who pass the CPA exam.

Departments

  • Stan Ross Department of Accountancy
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance
  • Law
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • International Business
  • Operations Research and Quantitative Methods
  • Real Estate
  • Statistics

See also

References

  1. ^ Elliott Appointment
  2. ^ http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/about/news/baruch-college-ranked-a-50-most-affordable-colleges-with-the-best-return
  3. ^ http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/about/news/zicklin-school-of-business-ranks-among-2015-best-graduate-schools
  4. ^ Baruch College#cite note-58
  5. ^ Entrepreneur: Top 25 Colleges for Entrepreneurship for 2015 (Undergrad)
  6. ^ http://www.crainsnewyork.com/data-lists/business-lists/details/30/2706853

External links

  • Official website
  • Zicklin School of Business on Twitter
  • The Sustainable Business Club, Baruch's Net Impact Chapter
  • Sustainable Business Major at Zicklin School of Business
  • Finance and Economics Society - Bernard M. Baruch College


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